The news: Health-tech company Royal Philips rolled out two new products on its HealthSuite. One is focused on patient flow capacity, and the other provides telehealth for acute care.
More on Philips’ HealthSuite: Philips has beefed up its HealthSuite solutions to more precisely meet providers’ needs.
Its cloud-based solutions span a wide range of digital health applications—including remote patient monitoring, AI-driven clinical analytics, data-sharing capabilities to make interoperability easier, and patient navigation tools. Adding to its collection of digital health solutions helped it secure several recent health system partnerships: UCSF and Children’s Hospital and Medical Center are the latest tie-ups, but Philips also boasts partnerships with major health systems like Banner Health, MUSC Health, and Mackenzie Health.
The bigger picture: Philips’ latest patient flow capacity and acute telehealth products address key concerns for hospitals and health systems.